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Kale is a real superfood - it can be a bit fibrous but it tastes good and is great for you!
Kale, Tofu, Water, Miso (red), Spring onion, Dashi stock granules
Great, even for those who don't like blue cheese.
Onion, Celery, Garlic, Bay leaf, Thyme, Potato, Cauliflower, Chicken stock, Salt & pepper, Nutmeg, butter, Stilton cheese, Double cream, Parsley, chives (finely chopped)
yhiranuma
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A recipe taught to me by my mother-in-law, it really is delicious!
Carrots (large), Onions (large), Tinned tomatoes, Garlic, Stock granules, Olive oil, Salt & pepper
This is an amazing collaboration of miso soup and teriyaki chicken! My photo shows when I made it for two but my recipe is for one.
Hot water, Miso (red or mixed), Fish stock cube, Chinese chilli bean sauce (Tobanjan), Chicken breast fillet, Salt & pepper, Soy sauce, Sugar, Sake, Mirin, Vegetable oil, Leek, Spring onion, Egg noodles
Tobuchan
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The sweet refreshing sauce really makes this dish.
Cauliflower, Chicken soup, Ripe apricot, Mayonnaise, Greek yogurt, Mild curry powder or garam masala, Lemon juice, Salt & pepper
Rose Wine
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Make ramen noodles using spaghetti (see the recipe here) and enjoy with a fish stock.
Spaghetti, Hot water, Salt, Bicarbonate of soda, Fish stock cube, Hot water for soup, Toppings
Tobuchan
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Such an economical dish and lovely to eat.
Cooked rice, Tomatoes, Egg, Sesame oil, Mayonnaise, Chinese soup stock granules, Salted kombu, Spring onions, Crushed sesame seeds
Mizue
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Japanese people from the Nagano prefecture often add lettuce to their miso soup. The sweetness from the lettuce develops into a lovely taste.
Miso (mixed), Dashi stock granules , Hot water, Tofu, Fried tofu (aburaage), Lettuce
As soon as the fried tofu is added to the miso soup it will be delicious straightaway!
Sweetheart cabbage leaves, Celery, Fried tofu (aburaage), Dashi stock granules or fish stock, Hot water, Miso (red or mixed), Spring onion
It's got to be a warming and chunky stew to thaw those cold evenings.
Colman's Cheddar Cheese Sauce, Meat (such as bacon), Vegetables, Milk, Water, Chicken stock granules, Double cream
After making a hotpot or a nabe, you always have leftover broth. This is excellent, as it has all the taste from the previous ingredients, so never waste this - let's cook a whole onion in it!
Onions, Leftover broth, Seasoning